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General Discussion / Re: The Stranger in the Woods
« Last post by SwampHanger on Today at 05:02:52 AM »
Then why bother starting new threads let?s just have one that never ends or can find pertaining content. It all seems to end the same. Lol
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General Discussion / Re: The Stranger in the Woods
« Last post by Moe M. on Today at 04:43:40 AM »
Wow a butt hurt comment from a guy with less than a 100 post lol never seen that before. I?ve actually camped and paddled rivers with half these guys s in this thread. I busting their balls. Back off killer!

 I've been here since the beginning and didn't know about the 100 post rule,  nor that one had to belong to a special group before posting one's opinion,  funny how things get missed along the way.
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General Discussion / Re: The Stranger in the Woods
« Last post by Moe M. on Today at 04:39:15 AM »
Funny I thought this thread was about the story of Chris Knight. This forum can?t keep a thread on track unless it?s a ing political thread. Lol ya?ll still wandering why folks don?t stay.

Actually, I kind of liked this forum because the conversations meander just like they do around a real campfire. Guys pull up a stool and join in while others leave for a bit or retire for the night. As they do, the conversations drift. Sometimes they even get blown completely off course.

Very seldom does someone around the fire say "Yeah, well, we're not talking about that now."

Or "Jeez that was fun, what do you want to talk about now?"

If someone makes a comment that is to far off the track, it is ignored. Sometimes to the chagrin of the speaker. But it will probably be brought up again just to keep everyone involved and prevent hurt feelings.

People come and go around the fire. Some never return to the campground. Not because there was anything wrong, it's just how life moves on.

Like I said, I kind of like it. The only thing missing is a roasting stick and shot glass. :) :fire1:

Oops, that really took the thread off course. Feel free to ignore. I promise not to get a hurt butt. :doh:

 Good post, and I agree,  when ever friends and guests get together, whether at a campfire, cocktail party, or dinner, nobody I've ever heard says, "The conversation has started, this is the topic, stay on track,  or get out".
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General Discussion / Re: The Stranger in the Woods
« Last post by SwampHanger on Today at 01:45:05 AM »
Wow a butt hurt comment from a guy with less than a 100 post lol never seen that before. I?ve actually camped and paddled rivers with half these guys s in this thread. I busting their balls. Back off killer!
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Food and Cooking / Re: New disc grill from RTIC
« Last post by hayshaker on Yesterday at 07:59:03 PM »
did someone mention blood sausage, yum
morcilla or kiska it's all goood.
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General Discussion / Re: The Stranger in the Woods
« Last post by Pete Bog on Yesterday at 06:53:45 PM »
Funny I thought this thread was about the story of Chris Knight. This forum can?t keep a thread on track unless it?s a ing political thread. Lol ya?ll still wandering why folks don?t stay.

Actually, I kind of liked this forum because the conversations meander just like they do around a real campfire. Guys pull up a stool and join in while others leave for a bit or retire for the night. As they do, the conversations drift. Sometimes they even get blown completely off course.

Very seldom does someone around the fire say "Yeah, well, we're not talking about that now."

Or "Jeez that was fun, what do you want to talk about now?"

If someone makes a comment that is to far off the track, it is ignored. Sometimes to the chagrin of the speaker. But it will probably be brought up again just to keep everyone involved and prevent hurt feelings.

People come and go around the fire. Some never return to the campground. Not because there was anything wrong, it's just how life moves on.

Like I said, I kind of like it. The only thing missing is a roasting stick and shot glass. :) :fire1:

Oops, that really took the thread off course. Feel free to ignore. I promise not to get a hurt butt. :doh:
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General Discussion / Re: The Stranger in the Woods
« Last post by Homesteader on Yesterday at 05:56:31 PM »
There's no reason for ANYONE to go hungry in this country!  There are tons of outlets for food for people that need it.....the many U.S. Government programs, private individuals donating to food banks, church-sponsored food programs, etc.  Do a little research and see just how much of the money that is committed to the 'farm program' actually ends up in the hands of farmers.....the majority of those funds are doled out to those who ask for food.  Subsidized by the U.S. taxpayers (farmers included), so I have no pity for any scumbag that steals food or anything else from other people, just because they choose to!  >:(

Maybe you don't get that this man was charged in a specialty court for the mentally ill and other special cases - for good reasons.

Otherwise you sound like a nice friendly fellow.

Funny I thought this thread was about the story of Chris Knight. This forum can?t keep a thread on track unless it?s a ing political thread. Lol ya?ll still wandering why folks don?t stay.

I forgot why I haven't been on this forum for a year. My mistake lol.
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General Discussion / Re: The Stranger in the Woods
« Last post by SwampHanger on Yesterday at 05:29:53 PM »
Funny I thought this thread was about the story of Chris Knight. This forum can?t keep a thread on track unless it?s a ing political thread. Lol ya?ll still wandering why folks don?t stay.
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General Discussion / Re: The Stranger in the Woods
« Last post by wolfy on Yesterday at 04:21:08 PM »
There's no reason for ANYONE to go hungry in this country!  There are tons of outlets for food for people that need it.....the many U.S. Government programs, private individuals donating to food banks, church-sponsored food programs, etc.  Do a little research and see just how much of the money that is committed to the 'farm program' actually ends up in the hands of farmers.....the majority of those funds are doled out to those who ask for food.  Subsidized by the U.S. taxpayers (farmers included), so I have no pity for any scumbag that steals food or anything else from other people, just because they choose to!  >:(
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General Discussion / Re: The Stranger in the Woods
« Last post by Homesteader on Yesterday at 03:12:03 PM »
Like that fellow said over a hundred years ago "There are only nine meals between mankind and anarchy". I sincerely believe it and that Knight is an example of this on a micro scale.
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